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12-06-2006, 01:18 PM
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GDT: Dec.6th, 2006 - Senators @ Capitals

EVERY GAME!!!


Ottawa Senators




at



Washington Capitals

Live from the Verizon Center in Washington D.C.



Start of the Game: 07:00 PM EST
TV Infos: Away- TSN (National) Home- NC8
Radio Feeds: TEAM 1200- WTEM (980 AM)

Team Record
Ottawa Senators:
At Scotiabank Place: 6W- 6L-0OT
On the Road: 9W-6 L- 1OT
Overall: 15W- 12L- 1OT, 3rd in the North East, 6th in the East

Washington Capitals:
At Verizon Center: 6W- 5L- 2OT
On the Road: 5W- 4L- 4OT
Overall: 11W- 9OL- 6OT, 3rd in the South East, 11th in the East

Season Series
0- 0- 1: This is the second of four meetings between the two teams

Nov 6, 2006 4 - 3 (OT) B. JOHNSON C.CLARKE

Probable Starting Goalies

#1 Ray Emery (Canada) - #37 Olaf Kölzig (Germany)

Team Stats

Goals For: 100- 79
Goals Against: 75- 89
Powerplay: 16.8% (13th)- 15.8% (8th)
Penalty Killing: 82.0% (19th)- 83.7% (19th)
Face offs: 50.6% (11th)- 48.4% (26th)

Team Leaders

GOALS: D. HEATLEY 18 A. OVECHKIN 17
ASSISTS: J. SPEZZA 22 B. POTHIER 14
POINTS: D. HEATLEY 35 A. OVECHKIN 28
+/-: T. PREISSING 18 K. BEECH 4
OT GOALS: W. REDDEN 1 C. CLARK 1

Capitals & Senators "Killers"
Dany Heatley: 18GP, 19P
Daniel Alfredsson: 37GP, 42P (injured)
Jason Spezza: 11GP, 14P

Alexander Ovechkin: 5GP, 4P
Alexander Semin: 2GP, 3P
Go SENS Go!!!


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wicked GDT

EDIT: not as good now, but still nice.


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I gotta make a prediction so here it goes. Sens win 4-3

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GDT qualities getting better every game this season. Congrats Karppa.

4-2. Do it for Alfie boyz.

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This is beautiful.

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Nice GDT, although our record against them is technically 0-0-1, not 0-1-0. The Caps are playing well and have won three straight, including a blowout win over Buffalo, so hopefully the team won't take them lightly.

Not to get too far ahead of ourselves, but if we win and Carolina and Montreal lose, we will technically take over 4th place in the Conference on the basis of our win total. Granted Montreal would have the same number of points and two games in hand, but that's still quite an accomplishment, especially considering how many people were prepared to put our entire management team before the firing squad just three weeks ago.

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According to the Caps site it's not 100% certain that Kolzig will get the start because Johnson has actually better stats against us.

It's be interesting to see, how the team wil respond to the absence of Alfredsson, the Kaps Killa. BTW with Redden out as well does it mean that Philips get's the C?

I think that we are up for a tight game, but this time Emery is between the pipes.

To win the Sens to get the PP working, secondary scoring and solid goaltending from Ray Emery.

EDIT: thanks for pointing out senility.

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I'm interested to see if Volchenkov is given another shot to shadow Ovechkin, or it Phillips/Meszaros get that job.

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I'm interested to see if Volchenkov is given another shot to shadow Ovechkin, or it Phillips/Meszaros get that job.
I can't see why Volchenkov wouldn't get it again, since he was stellar at it last time.

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Someone knows the lines for tonight ???

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If I'm not mistaken, the lines are:

Heatley Spezza Kelly
Schaefer Vermette Eaves
McAmmond Fisher Neil
Hamel Bois McGrattan

Volchenkov Meszaros
Phillips Corvo
Schubert Preissing

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Bois can play center?

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If it's true, how many shifts for Eaves on the second line before Neil takes his place ???

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If it's true, how many shifts for Eaves on the second line before Neil takes his place ???
Just because you said that, Eaves is going out and getting both a hat-trick, and Gordy Hull hat-trick.

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Hello Nats fans( in washington the former mlb team the Senators were known as the Nats...which is why the current team, the Nationals, are also called the Nats).

A couple of things of note.

Ottawa: 6th in the east
Washington: 11th in the east
Sounds like such a big difference, eh? OR
Ottawa-28 games/31 pts
Wash-26 games/28 pts

You could call that a tie, if you wanted to.

Interesting that only three eastern conf teams have fewer loses in regulation than the Capitals.

Kolzig should be the goaltender tonight for Washington.

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Hope you're right M. Eaves

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Interesting that only three eastern conf teams have fewer loses in regulation than the Capitals.
Statistics are amazingly flexible to prove whatever point you're interesting in proving.

Good luck tonight.

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Who will be the captain tonight?

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Statistics are amazingly flexible to prove whatever point you're interesting in proving.

Good luck tonight.
So true. You can twist them to prove whatever point one wants.

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I would say Phillips will be the captain.


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You must play to be the captain !

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Statistics are amazingly flexible to prove whatever point you're interesting in proving.

Good luck tonight.
What point was I trying to prove exactly? I simply said that it was "interesting".

Washington was a censensus pick for bottom two in the conference and it hasn't been that way. Standings points, not stats, prove that.

The amount of OT games they have played and lost is something that you can gleen from what you want to. I just pointed it out as something interesting.

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